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Aaron Festa
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The leaves are a dark maroon and the flowers look like wild rose. It was at my brothers house so I know he bought it at a nursery. I want it because it was buzzing with all types of bees
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Mariamne Ingalls
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Location: NE Ohio (Zone 6a, on the cusp of 6b) 38.7" annual precip
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Thanks for the puzzle!

Based on internet picture research only, I'll take a wild guess at a variety of viburnum
http://www.finegardening.com/viburnums-are-versatile-shrubs

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Akiva Silver
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That is called Ninebark, used widely in the landscape industry especially with popularity of natives in recent years.
 
Aaron Festa
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Thank you I will have to do some research on Ninebark now. I can tell from what I witnessed today is that bees were all over it.
 
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